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Berry pink coreopsis flowers with yellow centers

Coreopsis 'Berry Chiffon' - $16.98 / one-gallon

Peachy pink coreopsis flowers with yellow centers

Coreopsis 'Sienna Sunset' - $14.98 / one-gallon

Yellow fluted coreopsis flowers on Jethro Tull variety

Coreopsis 'Jethro Tull' - $14.98 / one-gallon

Summer Staple

Long-blooming coreopsis is a summer staple in any Vermont perennial garden. Available in shades of raspberry red to lemon yellow, all are frequented by polinators. 'Jethro Tull' has funky fluted petals that rocks cheery yellow flowers through September (flute, rock and roll, get it?). Once established, coreopsis doesn't mind dry conditions.

Tall pink flowers and green foliage

Spiraea tomentosa - $44.98 / two-gallon

Native Spiraea

Added to the list of hardy spiraea shrubs available is native Spiraea tomentosa, also known as steeplebush. It can be found thriving in a wide range of conditions throughout Vermont, including moist soils and meadows. We suggest planting it in a shrub border, along a woods edge, or in a meadow setting. It spreads by suckers to form a 2-4' tall clump topped by a steeple-shaped, pink flower cluster. The lovely Columbia silkmoth also uses this as a host plant!

Green leaves with white variegations

Cornus alba 'Bailhalo' - start at $34.98 / 15" height

Variegated Dogwood

'Bailhalo' dogwood checks all of the boxes: red stems in winter, ivory flowers in spring, and incredible variegated foliage. Mix one in the shrub border for interesting contrast. This is also a cultivar that looks great planted on its own, staying compact for small spacers and growing 6' tall and 6' wide. Plant in full sun or part shade.

Hori Hori Knife on table with radishes from garden

Hori Hori Knife - $35

High Quality Tools

Did you know we carry a number of high quality garen tools in the Garden Center building? We have a select collection listed on our website that you can order online for pickup. It's best to visit the nursery to see the complete display!